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Ethernet Power Supply 3CNJPSE24 User s Guide.
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Contents About this Guide ........................................................................................... i Purpose ....................................................................................................... i Prerequisite Skills and Knowledge .
About This Guide Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide i About this Guide Purpose This guide provides information and procedures on hardware installation, setup, configuration, and management of the Ethernet Power Supply.
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Introduction to the Ethernet Power Supply Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide 1-1 Introduction to the Ethernet Power Supply This chapter contains introductory information about the Ethernet Power Supply and how it can be used in your network.
Introduction to the Ethernet Power Supply 1-2 Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide Ethernet Power Supply main features: - Remote power feeding of Ethernet terminals - No need for terminal s AC outlets, .
Introduction to the Ethernet Power Supply Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide 1-3 Ethernet Power Supply Front View Detail Figure 1 Ethernet Power Supply Front View 10/100BASE-TX Data & Power Output Ports, Upper 24 Ports The Ethernet Power Supply has 24 Data & Power ports configured as Media Dependent Interface (MDI) non-crossover.
Introduction to the Ethernet Power Supply 1-4 Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide LEDS The LEDs in the unit indicate status of the Ethernet Power Supply and its ports. A main power LED on the front panel, marked by AC , provides the Ethernet Power Supply status.
Introduction to the Ethernet Power Supply Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide 1-5 Ethernet Power Supply Status Indications The following tables contain Ethernet Power Supply status information as presented on the front panel by the LED indicators during normal operation.
Introduction to the Ethernet Power Supply 1-6 Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide Table 2 Main Power Status Indications LED Color Main Power Status Remarks AC - Off Internal power supply unit is unplugged or faulty. Internal power supply voltage is too low.
Introduction to the Ethernet Power Supply Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide 1-7 Ethernet Power Supply Rear View Detail Figure 2 Ethernet Power Supply Rear View AC Power Receptacle The Ethernet Power Supply automatically adjusts its power setting to any supply voltage in the range 100—240V AC (60/50 Hz).
Installing the Ethernet Power Supply Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide 2-1 Installing the Ethernet Power Supply 0 Verifying Kit Contents Unpack the kit and verify that the Ethernet Power Supply and user s guide (this manual) are present.
Installing the Ethernet Power Supply 2-2 Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide Powering Up The following sections describe how to get the Ethernet Power Supply powered up and ready for operation.
Installing the Ethernet Power Supply Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide 2-3 Connecting Cables to the Ethernet Power Supply All ports on the front of the Ethernet Power Supply are configured as data "route-through" ports for all data wires (pins 1, 2, 3, and 6).
Appendix A — Safety Information Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide A-1 Safety Information Read the following safety information before performing any installation, removal, or maintenance procedure on the Ethernet Power Supply. WARNING Warnings contain directions that must be followed for personal and product safety.
Appendix A — Safety Information A-2 Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide WARNING This product relies on the building installation for short-circuit (overcurrent) protection. Make sure a fuse or circuit breaker no larger than 120VAC, 15A. U.S. (240VAC, 10A international) is used on the phase conductor.
Appendix A — Safety Information Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide A-3 § Installation and removal of the Ethernet Power Supply must be carried out by qualified personnel only. § Power Cord Set: The power cord must be approved for the country in which it is used: U.
Appendix A — Safety Information A-4 Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide § The appliance coupler (the connector to the unit and not the wall plug) must have a configuration for mating with an EN60320/IEC320 appliance inlet. § The socket outlet must be near to the unit and easily accessible.
Appendix B — Technical Specifications Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide B-1 Technical Specifications Overview This appendix lists Ethernet Power Supply hardware and electrical specifications. Hardware Specifications Physical Specifications Dimensions Height: 44mm, 1.
Appendix B — Technical Specifications B-2 Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide Electrical Specifications Input voltage 90 to 264VAC (47-63Hz) Input current at 110VAC 4 Amperes Max Total output power 200 Watts Max Output power, per port 16.8 Watts* (typ.
Appendix C — Troubleshooting Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide C-1 Troubleshooting Introduction This section helps you locate problems related to the Ethernet Power Supply setup and functionality. This section provides a problem and resolution sequence to assist in troubleshooting minor operating problems.
Appendix C — Troubleshooting C-2 Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide Troubleshooting Table Problem Resolution The Ethernet Power Supply is plugged into a main AC outlet, but does not power up. Verify the use of a correct and functional AC power cord, including good and solid ground connection.
Appendix C — Troubleshooting Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide C-3 Problem Resolution The "Port LED on one port is not lit and the corresponding end device does not operate. The Ethernet Power Supply did not detect a connected end device and therefore the port is not providing power.
Appendix C — Troubleshooting C-4 Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide Problem Resolution The end device operates, but there is no data link. Verify that: • The Port LED on the Ethernet Power Supply front panel is lit continuously. • The "Data" and "Data & Power" ports correspond.
Appendix C — Troubleshooting C-5 Ethernet Power Supply User s Guide The end device operates, but there is no data link (continued). • Connect a different end device to the same port. If this works and the link is established, there is probably a faulty data link in the end device.
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